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Tigers claw RBS 48-14

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WATERTOWN -- Racing to a 21-0 lead, Watertown improved to 3-0 on the season with a 48-14 homecoming win over Red Boiling Springs Friday at Robinson Stadium.

Tailback Brannon Hill set the tone with a 60 yard scoring run on the first play from scrimmage and the "Purple" party was on.

The Tiger defense held RBS to a three and out forcing a punt which was returned 79 yards for a touchdown by freshman Brandon George.

Late in the first quarter KeAnDre Bates intercepted a Bulldog pass and returned it 30 yards for a Watertown touchdown.

The Tigers scored six touchdowns for a 41-0 lead before Red Boiling Springs (2-1) could dent the scoreboard.

Watertown will be back in action Sept. 16 as the Tigers play at Pickett County High.

From Post staff reports

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